In a bid of actualizing some of its key missions of the charity foundation in Nigeria, Trinitas Foundation is set to roll out an investment fund of Twenty million naira (N20m) to 10 startups ventures across technology, agriculture, small scale manufacturing, entertainment, media, fashion, beauty and lifestyle, and food industries.
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The project which is a new initiative by the Trinitas Investment Programme (TIP) is a strategic approach to highlight one of the key missions of the foundation, which is to empower and foster opportunities and possibilities for emerging African ventures across the target six industries.
Founder and CEO of the foundation, Ade George in a statement during the media launch of the initiative said the foundation’s mission is to empower African startups and business ideas with funding that help them become employers of labor and contribute to the overall growth of Nigeria and the continent at large.
In a similar vein, one of the Directors, Tosin Ayodele also stated that the foundation has partnered with some technical partners such as Access Bank to provide training and other forms of support to beneficiaries of this initiative.
He further affirmed that the foundation will continue to deliver on its key missions which are feeding and providing vital essentials for the less privileged, providing resources for child education, empowering women through sustainable trade and enterprise support, and funding prospective African startups and business ideas; a feat it has maintained since inception in 2016.
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